Shelby  County,  Indiana

Literary  Societies

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The  Coterie

From Boetker's  Picturesque Shelbyville,  1902.

The  Shelby  Democrat
Thursday, March 2, 1916
Page 8   column 4
German Art Studied By Popu-
lar Club -- Two Papers
Were Read.
          Special features of the lesson on German Art studied by the Coterie at its meeting Saturday afternoon at the home of  Miss Etta Wingate  were "Peter von Cornelius,"  and  "Munich -- Old Pinacothek."
[The article continues.]
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

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The  Sigournean  Literary  Society

The  Shelby  Republican
Thursday, January 31, 1878
Page 3
          The Sigournean Literary Society will give a public Entertainment at the Y.M.C.A. Hall, on Tuesday evening, Feb. 5th, 1878, with the following:
          Song -- "With Mirth and Joy," -- Quartette.
          Essay -- "Woman's Rights," -- Miss Georgie Kennedy.
          Declamation -- "Parrhasius and Captive" -- Orville Bishop.
          Essay -- "Life's Perspective," -- Miss Fannie Dixon.
          Reading -- "The burning of the Lexington," -- Miss Millie Levinson.
          Duet -- Misses Eva and Nora Lacy.
          Essay -- "General Elevation of Woman," -- Miss Eva Stoddard.
          Oration -- "National Antipathy," -- Joe E. Thompson.
          Declamation -- "Socrates Snooks," -- Miss Carrie Levinson.
          Paper -- "The Evening Pioneer," -- E. K. Adams.
          Song -- "Good Night," -- Quartette.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

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